by Larry LeoJuly 12, 2020
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
One rule the NFL is considering for the 2020 season due to the pandemic is players wearing face shields. This is something Houston Texans star J.J. Watt has a strong opinion against and would cause him to sit out...
“My second year in the league I thought it’d be cool, I put a visor on my helmet,” Watt told ProFootballTalk. “I was like, ‘It looks so cool, I want to put a visor on.’ I had it on for about three periods of practice and I said, ‘Take this sucker off I’m going to die out here.’ . . . So now you’re going to put something around my mouth? You can keep that. If that comes into play, I don’t think you’re gonna see me on the field.”
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